The following pictures were taken on a journey between Lijiang, Yunnan and Kangding, Sichuan, in China. Much of the region is referred to as Kham, the eastern most reaches of Tibet.
Writer, traveller, amateur photographer, teacher. Based in Melbourne and Lahore.
Shangri-La is a mythical valley somewhere in the Himalayas, as described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon. It’s also…read more
The third White Night Melbourne was more colourful and more interactive than ever! We were there to capture all…read more
Airline tail art can be based on a variety of inspiration; national colours, local culture or business image.read more
Experience the ‘look’ of Lahore through this photo series; a city of workers and wonderers, artists and artisans, devotees…read more
On 9th April 2004, Good Friday was marked in Australia, and two friends set about capturing a day in…read more
Bhutan is a riot of colour and art; recently I’ve published a lot of writing from my trip there,…read more
Fahad Fadi joins us today to give us a special inside look of three of Greater Lahore’s important tombs,…read more
Some of the sights in our cities are only seen at night. Welcome to Nocturn, and this is Chennai:…read more
Where surf replaces snow; come and spend Christmas in Sydney with me with my gallery!read more